Adventure Camps & Trips
No Barriers Youth Adventure Camps & Trips
The No Barriers Mountain Campus is one step from wilderness and that’s how we like it! Our Fort Collins summer camps and trips are located in an intentionally rustic playground that provides kids with a great balance of structured outdoor activity with enough space to connect and socialize with peers and play in our beautiful mountain setting.
We empower our participants to learn about themselves through a variety of adventure and leadership activities. Students can participate in rock climbing, a high ropes course, a zip line, team building games and activities, and much, much more. Campers also learn a variety of interpersonal skills through the day-to-day interactions with staff, structured play times, chore rotations, and group living with peers in their tents. Our staff continuously celebrates the struggles, triumphs, and accomplishments throughout the day to help our participants break through barriers, gain valuable self-confidence, and have a phenomenal camp experience.
SUMMER CAMPS & TRIPS
Check out the Adventure Camps and Adventure Trips schedules for 2018 soon! Our summer programs for kids aged 10-16 are fun, but that’s just on the surface. Each camp and trip is designed to enhance leadership, empower the kids and give them the opportunity to connect with new friends.
Registration for 2018 Camps and Trips will open soon. Check back soon!
ABOUT THE CAMPUS
The No Barriers Mountain Campus is a pristine 144-acre playground located near Red feather Lakes, CO. It is a natural paradise and perfect classroom for the experiential learning that takes place in our programs.
Our camp is host to a variety of fun and adventurous activities including:
- A natural Rock Peak for hiking and rock climbing
- Ropes Course
- “Leap of Faith” high ropes element
- Climbing Wall
- 1,000s of acres of surrounding National Forest that we can explore including the magical mountain stream dubbed “Narnia” by our campers
Campers sleep in wooden framed platform tents and bunk beds to insure they get the rest needed for our jam-packed days of adventure. Campers also take turns helping with meal preparation and clean-up in our health-department inspected outdoor kitchen which is a great tool for teaching leadership, communication, and at times conflict resolution. All campers have access to our modern bathroom house and showers (although showers are not a requirement during our 5-day camps).
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, No Barriers receives scholarship donations from compassionate individual and corporate donors. We strongly encourage families in need of financial help to apply for a scholarship. We strive to help all who have a desire to attend our programs, so please don’t be shy in applying!
The scholarship amounts vary depending on the family’s need and the funds available. Please apply online or to request a hard-copy, please contact our office at (970) 484-3633 and we’ll be happy to mail you one.
COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Renaissance Fall Trips – TBD
Renaissance Winter Trips – TBD
Kids @ Heart Camp: June 6-8, June 18-20, June 20-22
Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County Session 1 – June 25-29
Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County Session 2 – July 23-27
Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County Session 3 – July 30-Aug 3
We’d love to talk to you about our programs and how they could be right for the kids in your family. Contact us at Nick.Pellitteri@NoBarriersUSA.org.
Getting immersed in the culture of India and getting to know and love the children was the greatest. When the students would cling to me at the end of class, and tell me how much they enjoyed having me there was heartbreaking.Rachel W., Student
There is so much life, happening all the time. It's crazy to think that, after only three weeks, I feel like I've become accustomed to so much of how the world move.Saul S., Student
I just wanted to take a moment to formally thank you for another unbelievable and life changing trip. No Barriers Youth made it all possible and took the guesswork out of a potentially nerve wracking and complicated task.Amanda W., Trip Leader